Energy

The state-owned power utility Holding Slovenske Elektrarne (HSE) will soon launch construction of what will be the largest solar power plant in the country. The 3,04 MW plant will be built atop a landfill near Hrastnik...
Swiss train manufacturer Stadler Rail is considering the construction of a plant for production of transformers in Serbia. More about the project you may read in the latest issue 2/2021 of SEEIM here...
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing two loans of EUR 3,5 million combined to ProCredit Bank Skopje in order to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to reach EU standards and residential home-owners to make their buildings more energy efficient...
TUSIAD recommends Turkey focuses on green, digital transformation. Read more in the latest issue 2/2021 of SEEIM here...

TECHNICAL ARTICLES

Water sector in Serbia
To improve access to sanitation services, the Serbian National Environmental Strategy plans to upgrade the existing infrastructure, expand the sewage networks, and build primary and secondary wastewater treatment plants in ... more
Implementing the European Green Deal in SEE
SEE countries often face issues of a structural nature such as dependence on lignite and related problems regarding the reduction of this reliance, concerns about security of supply, the rates ... more


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Bosnia´s Cablex to open cable plant in Prijedor

Bosnia´s Cablex to open cable plant in Prijedor

The facility will serve German automotive components supplier Bosch. The investor’s provisions are that the new plant is to begin production in mid-March, the municipal government said ... more
Kosovo receives loan under Green Economy Financing Facility

Kosovo receives loan under Green Economy Financing Facility

The new EBRD loan will be on-lent to individuals, housing collectives, producers, vendors of green technologies and service providers for investments supporting the green transition in Kosovo ... more
Expansion of the Trans-Balkan Electricity Corridor in Serbia continues with EU financing

Expansion of the Trans-Balkan Electricity Corridor in Serbia continues with EU financing

The project contributes to the establishment of a regional power network connecting the electricity transmission systems of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia with Croatia, Hungary, Romania and Italy through ... more

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